This is the second magnolia from the same area as the pink one I posted previously, and I suspect as I write this post that this will be gone after yesterday as we had high winds and cold rain/snow all day and through the night. Magnolia bushes time their blooms really badly, although they are very visible without any leaves to hide the beauty. But this also means that they have no protection from inclement weather and when they are at their peak is exactly the season for such freak storms. As the rain began here yesterday I ran out to photograph the full magnolia tree in our garden, knowing this was my last chance. It is the best year so far. Unfortunately it was already so windy with rain coming down that the photograph is not good. I already got individual photographs of the flowers, so you will see one at some point soon. Keep safe, everyone and warm and dry if your weather is like ours. (Or cool and dry if you are in the Southern Hemisphere.) A Flower a Day #239
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